Hurricane Michael
Jan 24, 2019
Dr. Kevin Sherin
Hurricane Michael

Kevin Sherin MD, has been board certified in General Preventive Medicine and Public Health since 1991. With nearly 20 years of public health experience, Dr. Sherin currently serves as the health officer for the Florida Department of Health in Orange County. Dr. Sherin is a graduate of the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. He was a residency director at the University of Illinois Family Medicine Residency at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Chicago, received an MPH from the University of Illinois, and completed his preventive medicine practicum year within the Florida Public Health system.

A member of the American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM) since 1989, he has served in various leadership roles. He chaired ACPM’s prevention practice committee from 2012-2015. Was ACPM’s liaison to the American Medical Association (AMA) council on physician performance improvement, and he was an AMA young physician delegate. He has published numerous articles on public health and preventive medicine including the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Sherin served on ACPM’s strategic planning committee, and served as ACPM’s treasurer and chair of the finance committee until July of 2017. He is Past President of the American Association of Public Health Physicians and the Florida Public Health Association. 

Dr. Sherin has participated in multiple hurricane response and recovery efforts in the roles of health and medical and special needs sheltering. His recent deployment was in October 2018 with Hurricane Michael serving in Liberty and Calhoun counties.